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;Literature.

;Literature.

THE GOLD REGIONS OP CALIFORNIA. Baily Brothers, Exchange Buildings, Cornhill. IF the reader desires to obtain, in a small compass, the most complete digest of the whole subject of the Gold Regions of California, united with the latest intelligence, we believe we may safely direc
January 27, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
LOSS of the FLORIDIAN EMIGRANT SIM.

LOSS of the FLORIDIAN EMIGRANT SIM.

LOSS of the FLORIDIAN EMIGRANT The barque Floridian, 500 tong, Captain FA. D. Whit-. more, from Antwerp, was wrecked on the Long Sand on the 28th ult.:— She was the property of Mr. E. D. Hulbert, of New York, and had been chartered by a German company for the conveyance of emigra
March 10, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
VIIGRATION to PORT NATAL.- 1.:1 Arrangements having been concluded with Her Majesty's Government for the promotion of emigration t Natal,

VIIGRATION to PORT NATAL.- 1.:1 Arrangements having been concluded with Her Majesty's Government for the promotion of emigration t Natal,

persons of mo crate means, small fa rmers,tradesmen, mechanics, and labourers, if approved of by Her Majesty's Emigration Commissioners, can obtain a STEERAGE PASSAGE, with provisions and 20 acres of land for the sum of £10; or an intermediate passage and the same Quantity °Nand
March 3, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON INDISPUTABLE LIFE POLICY COMPANY. . INCORPORATED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT. Upon the Principle of Mutual Life Assurance, the

THE LONDON INDISPUTABLE LIFE POLICY COMPANY. . INCORPORATED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT. Upon the Principle of Mutual Life Assurance, the

Whole Profits belonging to the Assured. No. 31, LOMBARD-STREET, LONDON. TRUSTEES. J. Campbell Renton, Esq„ M.P. I Richard Spooner, Esq., M.P. Richard Mathis, Esq. i James Fuller Madox, Esq. William Wilberforce, Esq. DIRECTORS. William Adams, Esq. I John Hamilton, Esq. John Atkin
March 3, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
A DANIEL COME TO JUDGMENT!

A DANIEL COME TO JUDGMENT!

A. CONVERSATION occurred the other night in the House on the disproportion in the number assisted by Government to emigrate from Ireland as compared with those who proceed from the other divisions cf the kingdom. Mr. Hawes admitting that a disproportion existed, though not in so
March 3, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
Eittrahtre.

Eittrahtre.

PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS FOR THE FORMATION OF EMI. ORATION MUTUAL SOCIETIES. By A late Government Officer.—M`Glashan, 21, D'Olier-street, Dublin; Orr and Co., 147, Strand, London. APPEALS to the suffering classes, calling their attention to the advantages of emigration, lately so n
March 3, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
1IOU:3E OF COMMONS.

1IOU:3E OF COMMONS.

1IOU:3E COMMONS. FEIL 23.—1 n answer to a question of Mr. B. Osb ,me, the Speaker intimated that, according to the rules of the house, every member was privileged to attend a committee. On an application from the committee, the house had granted the power of exclusion.—After a qu
March 3, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
DISBURSEMENTS.

DISBURSEMENTS.

Disbursed in England during the year 1848: X 8. d. Salaries, wages, and allowances (London Es.tahlislunent) ..... 0 0 Printing and advertising ..... ••• .........• .... 18 12 2 Office furniture, fixtures, &c. 5 3 0 Rent of office, 12, King's Arms-yard ........ • • 200 0 0 Office
February 3, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
A NURSERY FOR THE COLONIES.

A NURSERY FOR THE COLONIES.

ALTHOUGH probably the late investigation, connected with the establishment for pauper children at Tooting;, has elicited no material facts which were not previously accessible to all such as chose to be at the pains of informing themselves on the subject of Poor Law management,
February 3, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
with the regulations they may make respecting the emigration of poor persons, render assistance in the emigration of such persons

with the regulations they may make respecting the emigration of poor persons, render assistance in the emigration of such persons

irremovable and chargeable on the common fund, and charge the cost upon the common fund of the union, or parish, in the event of there being no union." The expedient, then, which we recommend is placed by the Legislature within the power of the Poor Law Board, a board not over f
February 3, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England